Making the Most of a Small Garden - Sue Fisher
Sue Fisher will give us design tips, plant suggestions and growing advice. Her aim is to inspire gardeners to get the maximum value from the smallest space.
The Henleaze Garden Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the Main Hall, St Monica's, Cote Lane, Westbury-on-Trym. Meetings start at 7:30pm and members can enter the Hall from 7:00pm. Car parking is available on site.
Meetings feature expert speakers, who sometimes bring plants for sale. In December, there is a Christmas Event and in the summer, the July and August meetings are replaced by garden visits and the Club will be holding three garden parties. In addtion, there will be two residential trips in 2017, see below.
The Club publishes a quarterley Newsletter giving news and details of events and "Garden Club News" is emailed to members each month.
The Club has a membership limit of 220 and this has been reached for 2017. Those who would like to join the Club in the future can go on the waiting list for 2018 - click on Membership above.
Meeting on Wednesday, 1 February - Sue Fisher on 'Making the Most of a Small Garden'
Sue has had a horticultural career spanning 35 years. She is now a speaker and writer with many books to her credit, and she writes regularly in the Gardeners' World Magazine. We can expect to get design tips, plant suggestions and growing advice aimed at getting the maximum value from the smallest area. To accompany her talk, Sue will be providing a handout that summarises her garden design tips and lists the plants illustrated in her presentation.
The Club is introducing residential trips in 2017. These will be to The Welsh Borders (Friday 19th to Sun 21st May) and Kent and Sussex (Monday 10th to Thursday 13th July). For details contact Diane Harrison - find her details by clicking on Contact Us above.
|1 Feb 2017||
Making the Most of a Small Garden
|Sue Fisher will give us design tips, plant suggestions and growing advice. Her aim is to inspire gardeners to get the maximum value from the smallest space.|
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